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Hi, Carl!

This is a great site! Thanks for having it on the website. I love, love, love the music and the movies of the 1960's (well, much of these two medias, anyhow!)!

It brings back memories of what I had and didn't have, during the 1960's, as a teenager growing up in a small town, but now lives in a more urban area. :) :)

Admin reply: Thank you Miki for being a fan and for dropping by.

Carl


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Great site

Admin reply: Thanks Elgin.

Carl


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Hi de hi and magandang hapon to Carl and crew
Great oldies mix especially yaed-birds over under side-ways down hey CARL NOSTALGIA UNLIMITED Love Carls 60s site and all segments Carl is where the action
have to move I got to catch the LAST TRAIN TO CLARKESVILLE
NUMBER 5 OF OLDIES SEGMENT keep up the good work Carl your our chMP 60S GUY dAVID :p :D

Admin reply: Thank you for being a fan. Be sure to catch solid gold memories edition. A new 2 1/2 hour show every Friday.

Carl


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I really enjoyed this site, I remember those days , brings me back to my childhood when everything was simple. Wish I could go back. I surely would...Thank You

Admin reply: Well thank you Dora for stopping by and for signing the guest book.

Carl


Added: August 27, 2013
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I remember back in the very early 1960's, my parents had a lime-green Rambler station wagon. It was purchased new, and my parents took both my younger sister and I everywhere in it, including the now-defunct Fresh Pond Drive-In movie theatre in Cambridge, MA, where we'd watch the movie (my sister and I), before eventually falling asleep in the back seat.

It was a cool car, which my parents sold in order to pay for our whole family's trip around the world, primarily to India, where we stayed for six months.

Admin reply: Thank you Miki for sharing you memories. I do remember those Rambler automobiles.

Carl


Added: August 26, 2013
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Most of those movies of the 1960's that were on this part of the site were movies that I saw, recognized and liked a great deal. Thanks.

Just one question, however: Why weren't West Side Story and Lawrence of Arabia added to the list of "Great Movies of the 1960's"?

Admin reply: The movies listed were ones I remember seeing as a teenager. I saw West Side Story later on TV or tape as well as Lawrence of Arabia, both fine movies. The movie page was one of the first pages I developed 7 years ago when I decided to build the website as a hobby only and it has evolved from there. Thank you Miki for visiting and commenting.

Carl


Added: August 26, 2013
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Great website.Spend many a day on the patio listening to The Beach Boys,* * * Dale,The Ventures,and any old folk or exotica music(Martin Denny,Arthur Lyman).The beach ain't what it used to be.

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Carl and for your memories.

Carl


Added: August 25, 2013
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Wow! I just found your site. So much to view but especially love the music. Solid Gold Memories plays the best song on the net or radio. What a great mix of music so long ago when I was a young man. I also had the chance to listen to Soundtrack of the 60s and it was another great part of your site. Please keep this going. :!clap:

Admin reply: Thank you Gary for visiting and for listening to Solid Gold Memories and Soundtrack of the 60s. Solid Gold Memories has a new show every Friday and Soundtrack of the 60s with Neal Stevens has a new program the 1st of each month.

Carl


Added: August 25, 2013
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Great place and year to be a teenager. Living in Philadelphia there were so many dances, dance places and DJ's. not to mention Starlight Ballroom in Wildwood, NJ. Of course, Jerry Blavat played the best records. It was the best time in my life, so exciting. There was a new dance to learn just about every week. Go over a friends house to learn how to dance and listen to all the best songs, especially Doo Wop!

Admin reply: Philadelphia was where was where it was happening back then. Great times and great memories. Thank you for sharing, Marilyn.

Carl


Added: August 24, 2013
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How about 'Psychodelic'...lots of colors

Admin reply: Huh?

Carl


Added: August 24, 2013
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